Restaurant Row, on 46th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue, describes itself as "the quintessential example of everything that makes the Crossroads of the World unique." Every restaurant here is convenient to almost every theater on the Great White Way.
|No flashy entranceway. This place is so well-known it doesn't have to brag or go out of its way to announce itself.
The seared halibut topped with grapefruit slices over a bed of risotto with peas and lemon zest (above) proved to be a delightful medley of flavors. The halibut was among the best we've ever tasted. The grilled swordfish (below) with pan roasted vegetables, lemon, olives and capers delighted a discriminating seafood enthusiast.